Waku Waku Sweets for Switch coming west on November 22

Available for $29.99 for three weeks.

Waku Waku Sweets

Waku Waku Sweets for Switch, which launched as Waku Waku Sweets: Amai Okashi ga Dekiru kana? in August in Japan, is coming to North America and Europe via the Nintendo eShop on November 22. It will be available for $29.99 / €29.99 until December 12, after which the price will change to $39.99 / €39.99.

Here is an overview of the game, via Sonic Powered:

About

Become a wonderful pastry chef and learn how to make various confectioneries. Acquire on-the-job experience by making all kinds of confectioneries!

Key Features

  • As if you were baking in real life! Tilt to pour mixtures, rotate to mix, follow the steps and move the controller as shown on the screen. That’s how you cook!
  • Over 100 recipes included! Ranging from popular cakes that everyone loves to traditional Japanese confectioneries called Wagashi. They all look so yummy!
  • There is more to enjoy! Change into your favorite outfit, and change your hairstyle. Participate in contests and chat with the people in town to complete your quest to become the best. Make everyone smile with your confectioneries, and become a wonderful pastry chef!

Read more about the game at its official website.

Watch the first English trailer below.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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